30 in 30 – Ramadan 2022-1443 – Day 18

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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu wa he was set out in Kadeem Aliki after Salah to attempt to establish the Saudi way city, the Emory

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recovery, my brothers, my sisters said Mr. Lake, water to live and work out

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how to make it easy for everyone to stay healthy throughout the month of Ramadan.

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I was told today that all volunteers that look after the sisters section, none of them are coming. So

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help in Shell market.

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So yeah.

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It's not easy when you are part of the community rely a lot on the volunteers. And when you see when you hear that the volunteers who give them their own time and energy, I'm not feeling well, and they want to come in, but obviously they're doing the right thing and staying home. So it's, you know, we have to remember them in our own ways and help us handle it and make it easy for for every single one of us to stay and stay throughout this month as always, throughout the rest of our lives. And

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today is the 18th day of the month of Ramadan.

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So we'll go through the 18th. And I know some of you, some of you.

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A few of you have asked but not all of you that the tarawih prayers are not coinciding with the days how come we're ahead. And I think that's very well known, we typically see the thought we have prayers tend to go a little bit faster or more ahead in terms of the recitation.

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Usually, we finish on the 29th Night of the month of Ramadan, this year was decided to finish to finish the recitation entirely

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on the 22nd, so they pushed really hard in the first 10 days to you know, gain a bit of traction. So that now in the middle 10 days, and also the last 10 Nights, inshallah they can sort of slow down a little bit on the recitation, and also to maximize over the last 10 nights in Sharla. So we typically will go through the Jews of the day in Charlemagne, which means that even after the Torah, we

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has completed the recitation of the Quran, that's how we will continue on the 28th and 29th. Tonight, and also 30 Tonight, if there's a 30th date of the month of Ramadan,

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and, but we will continue, you insha Allah as as will, every single day, inshallah we'll finish on the last day in Charlottetown, I usually tend to try and finish on the 29th late just in case, there's no 20 And I'm not there yet. But based on calculations this year, and I'm only using that as you know, a general statement, it's, it could go to 30 days, but we'll try to finish up on the 29th that child locked out. So on the 15th sorry, in the 18th Jos

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we go through Swift, as well as sort of to load and sort of report on three sources. Not all sorts of fun.

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We covered sort of MDN sort of to hatch yesterday, in sort of what we know and beautiful, beautiful Surah In fact, both of these Surah Surah of the year as well as sort of, you know, there's a lot of lessons that are hidden in between the ayat that we need to go and read the entire Surah Surah MDR like I mentioned, you know, all the prophets that are mentioned there, it's just a brief mentioning of them. And so Allah subhana wa Tada pulls out, you know, the core, or the main aspect of it, they were told to believe they disbelieve, they were told to believe they were destroyed after not believing and so on and so forth. And sort of known

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kind of the very first verses that we're going to take inshallah is actually halfway through the surah first number 57 to 61 but just to begin with the beginning of the school was really powerful and I've covered this last year as well as the year before but just because you know, it's a sort of titled The believers and also characteristics of the believers are mentioned at the beginning of it. So Allah some kind of way to add it begins by saying,

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but the earth let me know on a lady's face on it Mahashiv on one Latina who were more agreeable on one Larina who is

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one, one lady in only four who would you him have you on?

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as well?

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Amen. No,

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me some I need a job. Oh.

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One, one lady in

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the middle

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Have you

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worked in your house? We did.

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One living in Arizona, there was a fee for the

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one. And so the first 11 verses Allah subhana wa Tada says, Just to go over them once again, successful indeed are the believers.

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got the upper hand?

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Right. You know word is like a stone, mushing something that will go shovel. But a flathead have been on various verily, truly, the believers are indeed successful.

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And then Allah Subhan Allah describes or explains who are the believers, right, so he says, Olivia houfy, Salah to him caution, those who humble themselves in prayer. They humble themselves in prayer. But they are

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humbled in prayer as well. So they humble themselves through prayer as well as in the prayer, okay. And it was penalty to and it says we're living in a home and in love, we motivate those who avoid idle talk, they avoid saying they're speaking about things that are irrelevant, not important, not needed to even be discussed. Right. And you'll notice that throughout when I'm alone, when we're fasting, a lot of the time we try to control what we say it's just a matter of, you know, if we can do that Al Hamdulillah. That's good, because it trains us throughout the whole month to be able to continue this method of keeping ourselves in check and under control from the things that we want to

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just blurt out and say sometimes. So those who humble themselves in prayer, avoid idle talk, those who pay there's a cap their arms, right, those who guard their chastity except with their wives and those who Allah subhanaw taala has allowed them to do it. For then they are free from blame. But whoever seeks beyond that are the transgressors. So whoever seeks to

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break the limits of what ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada has set, those people obviously have transgressed the limits of the loss of hundreds had, then a lot continues and says what they need only and then add to him or the him or woman, the believers are also those who are true to their trusts and covenants. Like if you promise someone, you're going to be somewhere at a specific time, you better be there at that time, or let them know in advance that apologize with a valid reason. We see it too often, especially nowadays, where people say they're going to do something and they don't do it. They say they're going to be somewhere and they're not there, they say that they're going to fulfill

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something and they don't fulfill it. Right, or they're going to you know, purchase something and they don't purchase it, and so on and so forth. And it becomes like too common. And a lot of that has to do with the fact that we use social media, and it's so easy for everyone to say anything on social media. He is even on social media, we should not say things if we don't need to.

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So this goes back to just I will talk, right if you didn't have nothing good to say, don't say

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if you have something that may not sound good to some people right now I'm just getting a little picky or technical. Something that may not sound good to someone but is needed to be said that's a different story. Right, correcting someone's mistake, but then we should look at how we're supposed to correct people's mistakes. And a lot of the time online, you know, we used to use this term keyboard warriors. We don't really see it anymore because people don't use keyboards anymore. They just swipe on screens, right? But some people just sit there and they just criticize everything that everyone does. And mashallah talk about like you're perfect in your life, right? Like I someone sent

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me this video the other day. And it was like, why did you even send this to me? It was a video of someone who was talking about another scholar from another country, and you know, refuting refuting him based on him being in a specific place where there were, you know, non believers as well.

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And but there's just the other nights, right, a good example of that, as Muslims, we should think good of others and not assume something bad. But the example is that I'm sharing now is a video that was sent to me and when I opened it up, I was like, why are you even sending this? I don't need this. I don't need this in my life. Someone else said something else. Okay, I don't have the time for that. Right. And if you are seeing that this person did something wrong and you're trying to spread the knowledge of this person, having done something wrong, which in reality probably isn't anything wrong anyways, because it just assumptions. Then the method of correcting that person's

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mistake when it comes to online issues is to go

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Go to the person and communicate to them directly. And I always tell people, especially when it comes to online issues, I say to people all the time,

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if you're so passionate about upholding the deed, right, you're so passionate about correcting someone's mistake, because you need to fix that person's mistake because of is that

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then sending a message or their comments is not the way to fix that mistake.

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If it means so much to you, people say no, but we have to correct them this, you know, this person is doing this, they're saying that, okay, it means so much to you. Get in your get on a plane, fly to that person's country, go and meet them face to face, and talk to them, and help them and try to correct them in their mistake.

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And I know it sounds weird, say fly to another country and go but if it's for the sake of Allah, then why not?

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If it means so much to you that do it.

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It should mean more to us than going on vacation to Jamaica or Miami, right?

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It's the discipline with Anna and someone who has the spotlight who should be corrected from the mistake that you're doing. So we should give importance to it. Okay, so go and do that. But the reality is, is that people aren't, they're not going to, it's too easy to be a keyboard warrior. And this The problem is, is that sometimes when we see things, or we read things online is that we immediately start to judge what we're seeing or reading without knowing the context of it. And that's why when it comes to teaching, an online streaming, I always, always, always remind people what I say, where I'm saying it is important. So if people right now, and I know there's people that

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are watching in Australia, right, I'll just think of very far away. I know, every single day, there's certain families who watch and they messaged me, you know, saying that they attended from Australia as an example. What I'm teaching here applies to us here as Muslims here in Canada,

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as Muslims here in Canada, people in Australia, you take the general knowledge, whatever is good, but the things that are specific to us in our environment, our society, our climate, that's specific to us.

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Every country is different.

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And it doesn't mean that it's them differs from place to place, no, but the application of certain things, and the reservation of applying other things in from one place may differ from the other.

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For example,

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for the longest time, Saudi Arabia did not allow women to drive

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we say, Oh, this is part of the stem.

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Cells in Saudi Arabia, women can't drive. So most of them women can't drive.

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That's then, and they say it and many of the many people used to forward me, you know, she clips and videos of some of the scholars in Saudi Arabia, you're talking about.

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Okay, that's done. I didn't expect a sister living in Milton, to you know, go about doing things without having the ability to drive or to use the mode of transportation, or to get on a bus or a train in

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our environment, especially in the middle of the winter. So I'm getting a sister, I can get in the car and turn on the heating and drive to my destination and a half an hour go, you know, 60 kilometers for you to walk in the winter. Doesn't make any sense, right? That's just an example of how some places some things apply. And we say specifically for the place that we're talking about another country in another place. Might be totally different people when you watch something, you attend to something online, if something doesn't make sense to you go and ask your local spirit is

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asking. So what's a panic attack that says, you know, leaders are those who are true to their trust?

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And those who are

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properly observant of their prayers, these ones will be awarded as their own, they will be there forever, and

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dose on fee according.

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Then if we skip to verse number 57 to 60. On

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December 16, last panel, it describes the people who do good deeds, right description of deeds, he says

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if he

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was fearful on one lead ina will be

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of the being led equal, surely those who tremble in awe

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and who believe in the revelations, they're working

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And to associate none there.

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And who do whatever good they do with their hearts fearful, knowing that they will return to their Lord.

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It is they who raced to do good deeds always taking the lead. So let's say

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those whose hearts tremble are those who tremble in awe of a wasp panel to add. So when we hear about the loss penalty data, or we see something about the greatness of us, we have no dad, like our hearts are soft, and are softened to what we are witnessing. Right, we feel closer to a loss of habitat. And when we experience these things, and those who believe in the Revelation, what Allah subhanho data has said is the truth.

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Even at times when we feel as a person, as a human,

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I don't know I don't really understand it, I don't really understand goes against something within me. But if this is the way it needs to be, this is the way it is. Like for example giving into one's desires or withholding from those desires. A person wants to do something feels like it's the right thing to do for the sake of Allah avoid doing it. Right

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and associated with their Lord.

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So they're truthful to Allah Subhana Allah is revealed to them and they don't associate any partners with Allah subhanaw taala, which we've discussed already, and who whatever good they with their heart dear for

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meaning they try their best to please Allah subhana wa Tada and are worried and concerned that if they do something wrong, or that displeases Allah, they can be punished. So in everything that they do, they remind themselves, I need to do this right, according to Allah, Allah wants,

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I may be punished for it. So I'm going to try my best because none of us wants to be punished, right? None of us wants to

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none of us wants to be demoted, right? Everyone wants to become better, better and better, no matter what they're doing, whether it's school, or education or family, and we're just, you know, you might even be,

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I want to perfect my driving skills, I don't want to, you know, break the speed limit. I don't want to drive without my seatbelt. I don't want to touch my phone, when I'm driving themselves look out to check for the sake of data, we're going to do what's right.

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With you good.

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Sorry, though.

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Whatever they do, with their hearts fear, knowing that they will return to their

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keeping in mind that as we're doing whatever we're doing, our soul may be taken away.

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So when we're sitting down reading the Quran, we know my soul will be taken away at this moment, let me give everything I can

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to my section of the Quran. When we're sitting in, we give everything that we can, for a loss of habitat of knowing that is my soul taken away, I couldn't be resurrected on the day of judgment to this situation.

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And at the same time, a person who thinks to themselves, no one is watching, I can go and commit this sin. Nobody knows. Let me just do it. And they lock their door and they hide in the room and they go online, and you know, they just conceal everything, nothing. Nothing they feel to anyone but almost kind of italianos

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are sold is taken at that moment.

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That we have to be answerable to Allah subhanaw taala for it.

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Right. And remember my brothers and sisters, as Muslims, we hold ourselves to account yesterday, it was beautiful. Yesterday, this brother came and he asked me this question. I was like, why are you even asking this question? It didn't make sense to me at first. But then afterwards when he explained why it makes sense.

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He was asking,

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renewing your kneecap. Now as non Muslim, they renew their vows. So initially, we asked this question I thought to myself is just wanting to renew without us, like just renew his marriage is

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because that's what we need to recap. I was like, why? We don't do that as Muslims. You're married. You're divorced, why do you need to renew?

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And then a few questions you said. Did you pronounce divorce? No.

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Your wife request like a hold on. Okay. So why do you want to renew your marriage? What is it what's the problem, divorce your wife and do

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didn't pass, like the three months didn't pass them. Why do you need to do this? And then Subhanallah he said something that was like, you know, you know, we read about it, we study it, the books, but it's rare that you

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just may have uttered something that took us out of this.

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One of us, I

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don't know who your husband or wife may have said something that took us out of Islam.

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And he says, so we renewed our shahada

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at a fear that maybe we need to just to be safe and this is how the Alomar

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tries to do right with someone, you know, didn't an act a sin, a sinful act, the Sahaba were advised by prophets on why they were Salam say this, again, like refresh your shadow, we should always be refreshing. That doesn't mean that we become a Katherine, we become a non believer. No, it's just firm. Our belief.

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So this brother said, We reaffirmed our data by taking the shadow once again.

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But if we said system belief, that because the lift

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then maybe already came back was void. Need to redo it again.

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I was like, wow,

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that's a rare occurrence. Like people rarely but something we studied about we read. But it's not something that is common. And so it's like, okay, now now we understand why you're asking this question. Right? So

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unless it's showing us you're doing something out of fear for habitat that I fear would be punished if I'm doing something wrong, even with my spouse, because something happened, a disagreement, some sort of argument, some sort of exchange of words. And so because I fear displeasing a lot and possibly even doing something haram with someone who's tech, technically halal for me, we're not too sure. So he came to ask him clarify and verify what to do. Right? being fearful and mindful of us think that we will return to Him and account for everything. When you can own that feel afraid right? Well, hello Milla has said, Allah subhanaw taala says it is the who raised to do good deeds

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always taking the lead. So

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when we WA and when we fear displeasing we,

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not only we are concerned, right, because fear, fear, okay, I can't act on fear. And a lot of the time when people hear the word fear that the mean, is it just fear? No, it's taqwa, right that I'm conscious and aware, and concerned about displeasing ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada and that I'm going to follow with what he revealed is the truth and so forth. Then people strive and goodness, they will strive to serve others they will strive they will look really hard to find ways to do good deeds, little things, even if it's like you know, someone else's agenda, you straighten it out for them.

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You know, chairs need to be arranged arrange them, you see the you know, something around your house needs to be done and you want to help out every one of the house right? It's not just husband or wife or children. Everyone wants to help out and perform around the house so they do that, for the sake of pleasing Allah or even if you live and you just arrange your house meet for the sake of pleasing Allah, Allah because the believer who's neat and organized and keeps things in, right purify, shortens cleanliness is important. Being an order is important. Having you know things scheduled is important disbelieving for the sake of Allah you do that you strive heart in doing

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these good deeds, even if the only person around is yourself. Right. And so

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showing us that here, sort of

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and then I think we can, I'm gonna skip forward to sort of to Nora, sha Allah because the time is ticking, if we go too slow to load. Of course, in this slot, we hear the beautiful verses of Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions, we also find

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at the beginning of the swirl, Allah describes the rulings for the Zen, the Zen, which is taking an oath of condemnation against right this is mentioned at the beginning of the soil. We covered this last year, which is why I'm not going over it again. But just you know, give us context in case people want to read up on it. The incident of if without a shout out to levar what happened.

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You tell that last year, but this year, the beginning of the soil versus number 11.

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I'll skip to verse number 27 In sha Allah

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Verse number 27 was

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the importance of seeking permission.

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Actually this verse, I did this first last year,

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but since I mentioned it, you know, seeking permission or entering someone's home, right? Allah subhanaw taala shows us the importance of that when you enter someone's home, on the internet, you're given permission and granted permission by the people who live there. You know, greet the occupants, they're obviously going to greet you. And then Allah subhana wa Tada says in verse number three, quoting the remote meaning, all Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tell the believing men, in what many tell the believing men to lower their gaze and guard their chastity that is more pure for them. Surely Allah is all aware of what they do. So in this verse, Allah subhana wa Tada tells

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in the next verse, and this is sometimes not enough in the next verse,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala tells the believing women who may not

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even have some

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loss of habitat as well as the believing women to lower their gaze and garden, their chastity

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and I'll say, because a lot of the time as soon as we pick on brothers, and we tell the brothers What were you getting? Gays? But really, when you ask the sisters, they will need to lower our gaze much.

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Now, yes, Allah Subhana Allah has created men and woman having certain characteristics for men a lot of the time, you know, physical things, sees a goal. That's an attraction. For some women, there's physical attraction that is there but the physical attraction is not always the main component in attraction for them. Sometimes it's a person's character,

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their personality, how they conduct themselves, you know who they are not so much the outward appearance Okay.

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However, it still is an issue that you have to look after you have to look after just like brothers

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brothers are told to lower your gaze of us that tells the believing women to live well.

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He doesn't stop there though he can continues and says and do not refer adornments right? They should not reveal their dormant except Except what normally let them draw their veils over their chests and I covered this I already don't want to go through the whole thing. But what I wanted to cover with this is

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how ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada says

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about the the weaving

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those that are elderly, right there's nothing wrong with them revealing

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parts of themselves like your hair for example, if a woman is out there be right here at a job and it's not perfectly on

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right there's nothing wrong with that it's forever but when a woman reaches an older age, then it's okay to

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to be a little bit more relaxed with that. And this is something that a lot from how it was but but

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bridges to be covered up still right allows us to still be covered up

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most of which either here in this verse, stomping feet, stomping feet. And I remember studying this and looking into it. Stomping feet is not just walking in banging your feet. So at the time of this Viola and how women used to wear anklets it was like very common for them to wear anklets and like you know the jewelry.

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There's like sound right? And then a jingling type of sound you hear it's when the women walking. But also, when you study deeper into it, blurs don't allow the wearing of high heeled shoes by women because it stops the ground also changes the form of how they walk through viewing more of their body than they just been walking with.

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Right like regular flat soled shoes. And so, this is something to keep in mind begin to research and study more.

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And I was for some, the elderly, sorry, elderly the verse about the elderly is verse number 60 Not verse number 31. Okay, verse number 60. So this is something that we need to also keep in mind, you know that brothers and sisters have to lower their gaze, there is physical attraction that does happen. and

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I are looking around me to see if there's, you know, I'll try and keep it you know, general, but some kind of, sometimes it's important to talk more about these topics.

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And inshallah we'll do that in another setting, Inshallah, not here due to the fact that sometimes some classes I like to have without any children present. So we'll move on in verse number.

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I'll come to an end, okay.

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I want to Skip to verse number 3637, and 38 virtues of the masjid, Allah subhanaw taala Anna, verse number five that I have, right where I was about the niche, the lantern, the lighting of the latrine, and so on, and the number of Allah subhanaw taala. That's the parable that Allah subhanaw taala sets forth for humanity, for a while, has perfect knowledge for all things of all things. Then in verse number 36, that light shines through houses of worship. So talking about the note of ALLAH SubhanA.

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Allah Zulu, it shines through the masajid the places of worship that Muslims come to, to submit to Allah subhanaw taala has ordered to be raised.

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The massage establishments budget, and where his name is used glorified, there in the mornings, and in the evening, by those who are not it.

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Neither more selling

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from other laws or men are not distracted or prayer or paying there's a cat in a day when hearts and eyes will tremble hoping that Allah may live according to the best of their deeds and priests those grace and Allah provides for whoever He wills without event. So what was how do we turn a little bit about the massage the massage it is a place that you come to and you benefit from the role of ALLAH SubhanA water

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the goodness that comes to and that's why you'll see in there's so many different etiquette Masjid that we just finished going through them in our Friday nights. But there's there's many more, for example, if you're spending in Salah, the email is standing there, the blessings come from Allah subhanaw taala through the Imam

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to the people in the first self

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before the people in the second. So it's best to be in the first self as opposed to the second and this is why the prophets Allah, what are some dimensions if we knew the reward the front row and coming early to the or in nearing the end of being there when the call is made?

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Um, to prayer, even if we had to crawl we would come to prayer even if we had to crawl like a little bit of snow and stay home. You know, it's April snowing deal with this, right? No, no, we would come even if we had to crawl, okay. And then the blessings goes from right to behind the Imam at work, right? So it's spreads outward throughout the stuff. So the best place to says to the email in the back, right. And then from the second row, same thing from the middle spreading out towards the ends, right? And then there's

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a benefit in the right left,

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benefit in the right or the left. But we should even Okay, so try to keep that straight and so on and so forth. And that goes towards the back etiquettes of the Masjid. For those who come to the masjid who are cool who their daily prayers are important to them. They don't just stop at trying to please Allah through prayer increase that as a last penalty. I mentioned that they're not distracted by what's going on. Like it's time to pray, it's time to pray the video games don't matter get in the car and go the hockey game doesn't matter. You know, whatever is going on in the car. Go Go and pray to Allah. Right. And a lot of the time we think to ourselves, like I need to watch and see what

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the outcome is like I can't miss the Raptors game. They're in the championship, you know, stuff like that. That goes on. But it's like if you really want them to win through worldly you know, reason

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then, what better way of asking how often to submit to a lot

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and just

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name it doesn't matter if you miss the game will matter, you want them to win, right? So I'm pray to Allah Subhana Allah and Allah will give you from the things of the dunya that you want, right? Even if you miss it, it's okay. Doesn't matter if you miss it, right? So there's so many kids of the masjid coming to the masjid and things we learned from being the encourages us to continue and doing good. Like, more. When we're here, we're not like, you have all the things out. And that's why when air takeoff is coming out, right, people who are doing air to Gulf it's important to focus on worshiping,

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be focused, be in the moment, this is the time to do that. And now, erotica, as I mentioned, is not just in the last 10 days of Ramadan, right.

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Right, that we've decided to end to be in the house of Allah subhanaw taala, worshiping Allah and benefiting from it. And so we get as much as we can from it. And in the process, we meet people, so we help them right. And in the process, we learned the importance of paying Rs that gap. And so we do that, and so on and so forth.

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Then, almost dependable way to either Menshikov feilds, I won't get into that, because we'll go to verse number 60. You know, the clouds and how they move and some of the clouds are stronger. And some of the clouds clash, almost kind of with the other talks about that there. Then verse number 60. And this is what I was talking about. With regards to the elderly women and what it says As for elderly women, past the age of marriage, there is no blame on them, if they have their outer garment, okay.

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would bear with me without revealing their adornments, but it is better for them if they avoid this all taken together and all hearing on me. So elderly, women, what age age of marriage, which means

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there, they're at an age where no one is really interested to marry them.

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It can also mean past the age of burying children.

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But at the same time, as much as we can say that was hands blessed. Many past the age of having children

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that we already learned to vote, right? So it's an age where you feel

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that no one is or would be interested in

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that person, right? That sister, that woman? So an elderly woman, she's able to do what there's no blame on her. If they take off their outer garment, what is the garment, the outer garment doesn't reveal their body?

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Exactly the outer garment over their garden. It's

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already wearing clothing. It's that dire what that is worn over the clothing. Right? So there's not if

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she does that sometimes and doesn't wear it, how it says without saying anything of their body.

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Okay, without reviewing anything up there. And this skull was mentioned that if an elderly woman, for example, she's wearing her hijab, and you know, sometimes when they get older to playing the hijab, or wearing it, like, and you know, being picky with it, it's hard to always say, sometimes it was River and it's hanging and you might sometimes see the hair on the side, it's not intentional, intentional, but it's there, right? Or sometimes it slips back and you're talking, you know, you meet an auntie and she's talking, talking to you, and you know, it's slipping back and he's not, you know, she's not paying attention to it and it's okay. It's okay.

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Right, because almost apparently to hide a note this person and their situation as well as the person talking to them will track their right. And so, respect we personally

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we humble ourselves when we try to assess but it is better with this altogether. Right? It is better, yes, no doubt is better. And we should do what is best.

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But when some some if something happens, scenarios, it's okay.

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Don't make such a big deal. And I remember once a brother, you know, he was arguing with his grandmother, till the end of the dunya. About how you know, what she, you know, she when she just talks to the you know, the brothers, she's not talking to the vendor, she's advising them you know, you should do this. You should do that. You know, an older Auntie comes in and she likes they're telling you what to do do this do that. But he was like, No, you

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We're not supposed to talk to the men. I'm like, bro, your grandmother is not talking to the men. She's straightening the men out.

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We are not conversing with her. We are just listening. And doing like, no, it is, and there's no conversation here. And so hello, we need to be more understanding of that. That's right that, you know, when we get older, we have to draw that love and remember a bit of America. Like we have to make dua to Allah subhana wa Tada to have mercy on them. Okay, it's not easy. Sometimes you'll find you know, someone is elderly, and they just, like just randomly fall asleep. Okay, so fine. You know, it's normal at that age to get some rest right.

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And back in the day when we were babies, we used to fall asleep all the time. And that was cool, right? We always used to say oh, we wish we could be babies then when Allah subhanaw taala gives us the opportunity to do so, as we start to complain let's move to in fact looking at the time

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okay, just to mention about pseudo from Khan Surah Furqan is the criterion or the step under penalty try that shows what is right and what is what is right as mentioned within the Quran so on. That's the plan tells us what is true and what is right tells us what to stay away from, okay. So it differentiates between proof and good. And Allah subhanaw taala tells

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you it is that was given to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam any of the surah Allah subhanaw taala teachings what the mache goon would say, the Quran from like verse number four or five right at the beginning of the surah

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they take his eyes a wasp pentameter, gods who cannot create anything. We took these examples already, and that the Quran is nothing but fabricated which is made up to help others. They say things about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that is just ancient fables three's something that was rehearsed to him morning and evening. And so insulting the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but still

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it is the truth right?

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Allah subhana wa Tada shows the Prophet sallallahu either USL that they call you names. Right. So they have gone astray from finding this is this is what has happened to them. And we need to understand if they're going to insult the Prophet sallallahu some of them that they're very false truth. Okay, so that means our mission

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to convey message becomes even

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more important and more honest that we have to give all we've got and we'll continue to work on tomorrow childhood data.

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